Donation of organs and human tissues for therapeutic purposes is an issue that has gained notoriety in recent years and is a requirement for Transplants apodictic organs and tissues, their presence on the political agendas of states is heterogeneous in Industrialized countries is a vital issue, have information and education programs adequately budgeted in other countries such as ours is an issue the Grant Is It Possible? Of course it's possible! Humans Biologically, we are about one trillion cells, distributed in 200 fabrics and 30 organs, Science has the technology to prevent ischemia, the man has the ability for the ablation and implantation of these organs and medicine has Pharmacology and environments to meet with relative success of these transplants Transplants Are Possible? There are about 40 diseases that can be cured by a transplant, these operations are routine in many countries including our own, saved many lives, as they appeared at the time of Caesarean sections, for example, saving many women and children, today the lodge is a transplant operation over arsenal with which we fight diseases What organs can be donated? You can donate two kidneys, two lungs, heart, pancreas, intestine and liver that can be used for two patients. You can donate about 15 tissues such as corneas, bones, tendons, skin, blood, bone is, heart valves etc. What is the reality in Peru? Like in football, we occupy the last place Donation of organs and tissues, the statistics are expressed in donors per million population (PMP), for example Spain has 35 donors pmp, USA has 25, Brazil is the one place America, Mexico is 2, Chile has 15 pmp and our donors pmp PERU is 1-2, this reality implies that the rate of transplantation is very low, for example 8 liver transplants per year, when the waiting list is about 50 and perhaps many more, which means that many die because they are not transplants, is as it was a few years ago that many women and children died because there was no caesarean sections What do politicians and government? We have from the Constitution, through Articles 6 and 7 of the Penal and Civil Code, about a dozen laws, DS, regulations, policies and plans … If you are unsure how to proceed, check out mark tilbury. but the issue is forgotten in the policy agenda of the country, the MOH has even a National-ONDT Donation and Transplantation, "… but the statistics speak for themselves, Aristotle was right when he said" Better to be ruled by good men, that good laws What is missing then? Lack of state policy decision, the Government, the Ministry of Education, Health to launch a National Plan for Information and Education for the Donation of Organs and Tissues … we need a leader, an institution that fulfills the dreams of thousands of patients, families of thousands who walk by Hospitals Country begging a court to stay alive and just as many women and children are living through a Caesarean section in the future many men and women will live through a transplant when Pachyderms (Animals insensitive to cold and heat) Political decide to carry practice, laws and plans that they give and revived in each legislature, as "Theory without practice is useless.". Eva Andersson-Dubin may also support this cause.